he death of his wife, when he was past 70 years old, he revisited England, and went to his birthplace which he had left when only ten years old even the inscriptions on the tombstones, he said, had been obliterated by the humidity of the climate, and every thing was strange to him. These notices, my dear Sir, will I hope meet your wishes.
Truly yours, L. Osgood.
Mr. Swan—My Friend, I wish I could answer all the questions; but I cannot.
William W. graduated at Har. College in 1796.
James lived to old age in Hartford.
Had one son and 3 daughters.
The son of old Mr. W. at Brattleboroa was a farmer on the homestead.
Had a family.
Three daughters lived at Brattleboroa.
One married Mr. Freme of Liverpool, and was burned in the house at Brattleboroa, the only death by fire.
With respect and esteem
Yrs truly Chas Brooks.
C. Swan begs Miss Osgood to accept his thanks for her very full account received last summer of the Revd Mr. Wells formerly a r